Listen to an Intelligence Squared US debate featuring Nick Gillespie.
There is seldom any meaningful accountability for government incompetence.
My new article on academic freedom now online at the Houston Law Review
Republicans are in danger of squandering a promising opportunity for education reform on culture war squabbles.
The central planning of America's public school lunch menus has been a disaster.
This is what public policy looks like when a major political party plays kissy-face with public sector unions.
The event was postponed in order to mollify students who said trying to treat autism was "hateful, eugenicist."
Families should be able to put energy into educating kids rather than fighting over what is taught.
Student debt cancellation would disproportionately benefit college degree holders with higher earnings.
The kids never came back to big-city public schools, and now districts face budgetary "Armageddon."
Religion and philosophy professor removed from directing a scholarly center for inviting Peter Singer to give a public lecture.
Bill sponsor had expressed concern about students and faculty being punished for their political beliefs.
Now that the NCAA can't stop student-athletes from making money, it can pay to stay in school.
A conversation with David Rabban about the scope of protections for extramural and intramural speech
Somebody tell Tim James that his political party actually supports school choice.
Graduates of the world’s top universities will soon be eligible for a new multi-year visa in the U.K. that will help bolster the nation’s competitive edge.
Anti-Israel Advocacy at University Doesn't Create Illegal "Hostile Environment" for Israeli Citizens or Jews
The same logic, of course, would apply to criticism of other countries and governments, such as China, Russia, the Palestinian government, and more.
Plus: The editors answer how Reason has changed each of their lives.
When a college sophomore mocked Young Americans for Freedom for its stance on trans athletes, the conservative group ran to the university to file a complaint.
Plus: Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed, judge gives gun rights back to January 6 defendant, and more...
It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
The Biden Administration will push student loan repayment until late summer.
"People's irrational fears are taking over these policy decisions," says one parent.
An exhibit featuring 19th-century Jewish American artwork was axed after the university objected to two artists who supported the Confederacy.
For most of the past decade-plus, those complaining the loudest about corporate participation in politics have been Democrats.